LAHORE: The last day of the three-day Children’s Festival at Ali Auditorium threw the spotlight on street children. “The biggest thing is that it gave the children an opportunity. Especially those who are routinely avoided,” said Lubana Tayyaba, founder of the SHEED Society. “It is just a try to get these children accepted by the privileged […]

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LAHORE: Little Art launched the Children’s Performing Arts Festival at the Ali Institute of Education on Wednesday with a showing of the Ac cidental Death of an Anarchist by the Lahore Grammar School, Johar Town. The performance was a fast-talking comedy adaptation of the Nobel Prize winner Dario Fo’s classic play. The quick-witted main character, Maniac, […]

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LAHORE, Jan 22: A performing arts festival aimed at promoting interaction between children from different strata of society and highlighting their issues is scheduled from Jan 26 to 28 at Ali Auditorium, Ali Institute of Education The Children`s Performing Art Festival is being organised by The Little Art, in collaboration with the Ali Institute of […]

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When I was around ten years old I was a lot of things; I was a nuisance, I was naughty, I was erratic, I was hyper, I was imaginative, I was learning, and I was also good to my mom (sometimes). In a nutshell, I was a child who was going to be something or […]

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فلم ایک ایسا میڈیم ہے جسے تفریحی مقاصد کے ساتھ ساتھ اس کے ذریعے بہت پیچیدہ مگر اہم پیغام کو بہت آسانی سے فلم بین تک پہنچایا جا سکتا ہے۔ لاہور میں چھ سے گیارہ اکتوبر تک بچوں کے لیے دوسرے بین الاقوامی فلمی میلے کا اہتمام کیا گیا جس میں 37 ممالک کی 263 […]

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لاہور میں منگل سے دوسرا بین الاقوامی چلڈرن فلم فیسٹیول شروع ہوگیا ہے اور اس فلمی میلے میں سینتیس ممالک کی 263 فلمیں نمائش کے لیے پیش کی جا رہی ہیں۔ یہ میلہ گیارہ اکتوبر تک جاری رہے گا۔ اس میلے کا انتظام فیروز پور روڈ پر واقع علی انسٹیوٹ آف ایجوکیشن نے کیا ہے […]

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In its second edition, the festival was given its current name. Thanks to the efforts of its organising team, the festival received a large number of children films submissions from around the world. Growing from its first experience, the festival expanded its goals from promoting film-making art among children and its role as an alternative […]

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Ali Institute of Education organized Pakistan’s first-ever 4-day “Children’s Shakespeare Festival” from November 3 to November 6, 2008. This Festival was organized to promote Arts education, and learning through the Arts, in Pakistan. At least 3,000 children, families, and teachers visited the Festival during its 4-day run. The management of the Festival was overwhelmed by […]

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